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2019 Kentucky Teacher of the Year a force for struggling students

Jessica Dueñas said her favorite teachers were the ones who understood where she was coming from, and she tries to be that kind of teacher.

A strong classroom foundation keeps your students’ learning on track

Franklin County's Jennifer Meo-Sexton explains why it's worth the time to build a strong classroom community based on respect.

Award-winning teachers drawn to classroom

Belinda Furman of Grant County was named the 2018 Elementary School Teacher of the Year and Jennifer Meo-Sexton was named the 2018 Middle School Teacher of the Year.

Kentucky Teacher of the Year moves from background to spotlight

Ron Skillern, who has been teaching social studies for more than 30 years, tried to retire in 2014 but he just couldn’t stay away from the classroom.

Nominations open for 2017 Kentucky Teacher Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Kentucky Teacher Awards, sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline, a business unit of Ashland Inc.

Enhancing education via the global classroom

Studying world languages is fast becoming a necessity in this rapidly changing and interconnected world.

Kentucky Teacher of the Year remains a student at heart

Ashley Lamb-Sinclair didn’t realize it at first, but she discovered she was “one of those people who was just born to teach.”

Semifinalists named for 2016 Kentucky Teacher of the Year

Nine outstanding teachers from across the state – three elementary, three middle and three high school teachers – are semifinalists for the 2016 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award.

Cultural proficiency begins with the teacher

Let me tell you my story. I was born in Seoul, Korea, into extreme poverty. I was put in an orphanage and was adopted at...

Teachers, we have a voice

As educators, we want our students to be effective problem solvers and critical thinkers so they are prepared for the rigorous challenges of college...